Thank you to the Arts Wellbeing Collective Co-Design Team

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Arts Wellbeing Collective Workshop Co-Design Session

The Arts Wellbeing Collective Year One workshop content was recently reviewed, assessed and debated by the Arts Wellbeing Collective co-design team. Content modules were collated from a range of sources, including the Arts Wellbeing Collective Evaluation (2017), best practice learning and organisational development design thinking, mental health and workplace wellbeing literature.

The team then reviewed the content and established learning journeys, and scoped creative program design and delivery. Their insights, observations, diverse opinions and industry experience have contributed greatly to the strategic roll out of Arts Wellbeing Collective workshops.

 

Co-design team – Kam Greville, Akimera Burckhardt-Bedeau, Dr Alison Robb and Matt Heyward with Arts Centre Melbourne team members, Kirsty Ritchie and Tracy Margieson.

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